Göran Ehrnrooth

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Göran Ehrnrooth (1 April 1905 Helsinki – 9 January 1996 Helsinki) was a bank manager in Union Bank (Pohjoismaiden Yhdyspankki, later after several mergers Nordea. Göran Ehrnrooth worked for the Union Bank since 1933. He launched Mandatum. His successor was Mika Tiivola.[1]


The family business included the paper and board factory Kaukas and oil business Petko, that was later sold to British Petroleum. Investments e.g. in the paper factory Ahlström Oy, Hyvilla and Tampella.[1]


Göran Ehrnrooth was married to Louise von Julin, daughter of Elsa Lovisa Standertskjöld and Jacob von Julin (1906–1987), the CEO of Kaukas paper factory. Their children are Casimir Ehrnrooth (b. 1931) CEO UPM-Kymmene, Göran J. Ehrnrooth (b. 1934) CEO Fiskars, Robert Ehrnrooth (b. 1939) CEO EFFOA-Suomen Höyrylaiva (Silja Line) and Elsa Margaretha Louise Fromond (b. 1942).[1]